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The other kind of midterms

The New Haven Free Public Library was one of three places where on-campus students voted yesterday. Meanwhile, two Yale alumni were reelected as governors—Ned Lamont ’80MBA (D–CT) and Ron DeSantis ’01 (R-FL), seven were reelected to the US House, and two were reelected to the US Senate, where they will be joined by Republican J. D. Vance ’13JD, who won an open seat in Ohio. The race in California's 47th House district, where Katie Porter ’96 is running for reelection, is still too close to call.

Yale House members

Tom Cole ’74MA (R–OK)*

Brett Guthrie ’97MPPM (R–KY)*

Bruce Westerman ’01MF (R–AR)*

Carolyn Bourdeaux ’92 (D–GA—lost in primary after redistricting)

Teresa Leger Fernandez ’82 (D–NM)*

Ro Khanna ’01JD (D–CA)*

Sheila Jackson Lee ’72 (D–TX)*

Eleanor Holmes Norton ’63MA, ’64LLB (D–DC)*

Katie Porter ’96 (D–CA—reelection race still to close to call)

David Price ’64BD, ’69PhD (D–NC—did not seek reelection)

John Yarmuth ’69 (D–KY—did not seek reelection)

Yale senators

Josh Hawley ’06JD (R–MO)

Ben Sasse ’04PhD (R–NE)

Michael Bennet ’93JD (D–CO)*

Richard Blumenthal ’73JD (D–CT)*

Cory Booker ’97JD (D–NJ)

Sherrod Brown ’74 (D–OH)

Chris Coons ’92MAR, ’92JD (D–DE)

Amy Klobuchar ’82 (D–MN)

Sheldon Whitehouse ’78 (D–RI)

J. D. Vance ’13JD (R–OH)*

* elected yesterday

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